King Power Stadium

Essential Information For Spurs Clash On Filbert Way

Tottenham Hotspur are Leicester City's opponents in Wednesday's Premier League clash at King Power Stadium (7:30pm kick-off).
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Ahead of that encounter with Antonio Conte's men, which will be Leicester's first Premier League outing of 2022, here's everything you need to know...

Who's starring on LCFC Radio? 

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Iwan Roberts
Iwan Roberts

Former Foxes striker Iwan Roberts is set to appear during the coverage on Thursday.

City fans can enjoy over four hours of coverage from Wednesday's encounter with Tottenham on LCFC Radio.

From 6pm on Wednesday, live coverage begins, with presenter Dan Bates alongside former Leicester stars Iwan Roberts and Gerry Taggart for a 90-minute preview show, which will air across @LCFC on social media and LCFC.com. It'll include team news, opinion and interviews from the City camp.

Then, with around 10 minutes to go until kick-off, James Fielden will be joined by ex-Foxes skipper Matt Elliott in the pressbox at King Power Stadium for live and free commentary, to be followed by another half an hour of reaction and analysis to Leicester's 19th Premier League fixture of the season.

What's the officiating team?

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Jonathan Moss
Jonathan Moss

The man in the middle on Wednesday evening will be referee Jonathan Moss.

Jonathan Moss is the referee in midweek, assisted by Marc Perry and Timothy Wood, with Robert Jones on fourth official duty. VAR will overseen by Simon Hooper and assistant Mark Scholes.

How do I get match ready?

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King Power Stadium
King Power Stadium

King Power Stadium is primed for matchday.

The return of Leicester City fans to King Power Stadium has been a welcome boost during this Premier League season and supporter safety continues to be the Football Club’s top priority.

With that in mind, it is important that supporters attending Leicester City fixtures are aware of and compliant with the requirements of the UK Government’s Autumn/Winter Plan B. The implementation of these plans has now been confirmed and means changing requirements for adults attending venues with more than 10,000 people.

Supporters aged 18 and over will be required to complete and sign an online pre-registration form (valid for the season) to show they have understood and agree to updated conditions of entry. These require all adult supporters to have certification that demonstrates they are any one of the following:

- Fully vaccinated (currently a full course of vaccination without the need for a booster);
- Able to provide evidence of a negative lateral flow test in the 48 hours preceding the event;
- Eligible for medical exemption

This means that those aged 18 years or over must have a valid NHS COVID Pass, or an alternative proof of a negative test result, to gain entry into the stadium.

In addition to the requirement for supporters to pre-register, the Club Is required to conduct COVID-19 certification spot checks at turnstiles, to ensure supporters are adhering to the requirements of the UK Government’s Autumn/Winter Plan B. It is therefore advised that supporters arrive early to allow time for these checks to take place prior to kick-off.

Supporters that fail to pre-register or provide appropriate COVID certification on request risk being refused entry and tickets will not be refunded.

Click HERE for more information.

How can I watch the game?

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American fans
American fans

Leicester City has a growing fanbase around the world.

Foxes fans based outside the United Kingdom can watch the action unfold using the following channels. Those in the UK not able to make it to King Power Stadium, on the other hand, will find live coverage on BT Sport.

Country Channel Local time
Australia Optus Sport 6:30am (Thursday)
Belgium Play Sports & Voo Sports 8:30pm
Brazil ESPN 4:30pm
Canada DAZN 2:30pm
China iQIYI Sports 3:30am (Thursday)
Denmark TV3 Max & ViaPlay 8:30pm
Egypt beIN Sports 9:30pm
France Canal+ & RMC Sport 8:30pm
Germany Sky Sports 8:30pm
Hong Kong NOW 4:30am (Thursday)
India Disney+ Hotstar & Select 1am (Thursday)
Italy Sky Sports 8:30pm
Japan  DAZN 4:3am (Thursday)
Mexico Sky Sports 1:30pm
New Zealand Spark Sports 8:30am (Thursday)
South Africa Super Sports 8:30pm
Thailand True Visions 2:30am (Thursday)
United States USA Network 2:30pm


Can't see your country above? Click HERE for full broadcast schedules

When does everything happen? 

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King Power Stadium
King Power Stadium

The home of the Foxes, King Power Stadium.

Use this handy guide of timings to plan your matchday...

Event Time
Matchday Live begins on LCFC Radio 6pm
Team news confirmed on @LCFC social media 6:30pm
BT Sport coverage gets underway* 7pm
Live commentary available on LCFC Radio 7:20pm
Kick-off 7:30pm
Full-time 9:20pm
Short and full highlights across LCFC channels 12am (Thursday)


*United Kingdom only.

What happened last time against Spurs?

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Jamie Vardy
Jamie Vardy

There was a reduced crowd on Filbert Way as part of the phased return of fans due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Leicester suffered a 4-2 defeat in their last home fixture against Spurs on the final day of last season. Jamie Vardy twice put the Foxes ahead from the penalty spot on Filbert Way, but a Harry Kane strike, a Kasper Schmeichel own goal and two goals from Gareth Bales settled the result for Spurs.

City did, though, win the away fixture last term, with Vardy's spot-kick and a Toby Alderweireld own goal sending them to a 2-0 success.

When can I catch match highlights?

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Youri Tielemans
Youri Tielemans

Youri Tielemans was among the goals for the Foxes in an FA Cup triumph over Watford.

Digital Members will be able to access a free two-minute highlights package, available on LCFC TV, via the Club's official website (free sign-up), from midnight.

Short clips will be posted on Leicester City's official social media channels too, along with extended match highlights being available on LCFC.com.

All times GMT unless stated otherwise.

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